Art Hotel William
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... It was built in 1760 as a summer residence for Count Grassalkovich. It was reconstructed in 1996 and became the official Presidential residence. It is not open to the public except during certain special events.
Slovak National Gallery
This is one of a whole network of galleries across the country. It houses interesting artistic displays that include contemporary and classical pieces by artists from Slovakia and across ...
... because it was the cheapest, called Fozelak, which was like a spinach cream stew of some sort, that we both could not finish because it was so hearty and filling. Also got hold of some Hungarian beer with him and it was a good evening, albeit we had to end it short since I was going to wake up so early the next day.
Earlier in the day, I got a chance to visit one of the famous spas in Hungary, the Szechenyi Furdo. It was quite expensive in Hungarian terms but ...
... my way to my Airbnb apartment. My last apartment in Budapest wasn’t exactly as advertised. This apartment in Bratislava more than made up for that. It was exactly as advertised! Bright, spacious and very comfortable. After checking in, my host and I went for coffee, where she filled me in on the local area.
One of the things I was curious about is what makes Slovakia different than the Czech ...
... I thought PT and I could use a little more “color and girl.” I think is awesome.
I got back to the office and did a little more work and got to talk to my best friend over FaceTime. Yay Apple! I then headed home and have been relaxing ever since. Tomorrow, I am free until the evening, when M and I are going to a music festival. Hopefully, I’ll get to see my niece in the morning over FaceTime!
... my plane leaving without me, but playing it safe never did anybody any good. I grabbed my stuff and went out to the airport to drop it off in a locker before catching the 9:30 bus to Bratislava.
The trip there was uneventful – it was cloudy and cold, but no snow, and the fields showed no sign of there ever having been any snow outside of Vienna. After checking a couple of details using the bus’ wifi, I was ready when we arrived ...